Technically, jerk chicken should be smoked for hours until falling off the bone. If you have the time, I highly recommend this method (or a trip to Jamaica). If you don't have time for that, give this recipe a try. Chicken rubbed in a paste of chiles, scallions, allspice, and garlic, then cooked in your oven or on your grill, faithfully captures the spirit and flavor of the original in a fraction of the time.
Martha Stewart and guest chef Eric Ripert prepare homemade baby food including butternut squash and sweet potato puree. For older children he prepares fish, shredded roasted chicken, pasta and vegetables.
Source:The Martha Stewart Show, Season 1 Episode 1018